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#101 2016-04-12 01:28:20

RobbeR49
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Re: GTK updates

If anyone started using the ARC theme for it's GTK3 3.20 theme compatibility but still have issues with Firefox there's also an ARC firefox theme: https://addons.mozilla.org/en-US/firefo … cb-dl-user

Works well for me, and arguably better looking than Adwaita

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#102 2016-04-12 09:03:34

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Re: GTK updates

TiZ wrote:

I need this fix to prevent Gtk3 menus and other popups from having terrible ugly shadows with xfwm4+compton. How would I adapt it to 3.20?

.window-frame, .window-frame:backdrop {
    box-shadow: 0 0 0 black;
    border-style: none;
    margin: 0;
    border-radius: 0;
}

.titlebar { border-radius: 0; }
.window-frame.csd.popup, .header-bar { box-shadow: none; }

I'm heavily considering moving every app I can to its gtk2 version from AUR, but I'd rather just fix gtk3.

Try this.

decoration, decoration:backdrop {
    box-shadow: 0 0 0 black;
    border-style: none;
    margin: 0;
    border-radius: 0;
}

.titlebar, titlebar { border-radius: 0; }
decoration.csd.popup, headerbar { box-shadow: none; }

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#103 2016-04-12 12:07:21

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Re: GTK updates

I have an issue with drag and drop in GTK3 applications. As soon as I start to drag some element, none of my i3 keybinds work, so I cannot switch to another window. It still works in GTK2 applications such as Thunderbird, but not in GTK3 applications such as Firefox or spaceFM. Of course, I am not sure if it is actually GTK3's fault, but considering all the problems it has caused the last few days, it's sort of the first candidate to blame. Does anyone else have issues with drag and drop?

EDIT: I just found two deleted threads on this, so I don't seem to be the only one.

Last edited by stupidus (2016-04-12 12:12:01)

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#104 2016-04-12 13:30:51

svenXY
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Re: GTK updates

I also have problems with drag'n'drop in spaceFM - but in my case it segfaults.
Tried both spacefm and spacefm-git, but to no avail.

Switching to spacefm-gtk2 "solves" the issue, but is not really what I want.

Cheers,
Sven

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#105 2016-04-12 13:38:36

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Re: GTK updates

If you can reproduce it with Adwaita, report it on the SpaceFM github.


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#106 2016-04-12 16:22:10

Lazze
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Re: GTK updates

Not sure this is a GTK 3.20 bug since I installed Arch just a few days ago but I'm having trouble with getting window tile bars to look right with custom themes in some applications such as firefox, gimp and gparted. Seems like it occurs on all non GTK 3 applications.

I've tested both Arc and Adapta, both git version and standard from AUR.

Here's a screenshot of my desktop showing the issue: http://dev.albounty.net/sc.png

Edit: Never mind

Just realized that I've added a fix to ~/.config/gtk-3.0/gtk.css to remove the ugly border in Adwaita from https://bbs.archlinux.org/viewtopic.php?id=211102 which messed my title bars.

Last edited by Lazze (2016-04-12 16:29:29)

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#107 2016-04-12 17:52:06

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Re: GTK updates

I had same issues reported here after update of GTK3. The strange thing (for me, at least) is:
I fixed most of the issues installing Arc theme on my desktop pc. Today I updated my laptop (which has an almost identical configuration with OpenBox), but installing Arc didn't fix the input fields issue on Firefox.

Any suggestions on what might cause this different behaviour of GTK/Firefox on OpenBox?

EDIT: re-installing Arc theme this time solved some of the issues on my laptop too.

Last edited by childerico (2016-04-13 10:13:11)

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#108 2016-04-12 19:26:11

abstracted
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Posts: 9

Re: GTK updates

I have the same issue as coalpaw. Network manager related windows are not able to be resized and are too small show all fields. This makes it near impossible to modify/create connections. This includes using the default Adwaita theme. http://i.imgur.com/LoK9toU.png

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#109 2016-04-12 20:15:21

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Re: GTK updates

Well personally, for now, for a "dark" theme (quotes intentional) I've settled on xfce4-dusk with a slight modification to gtk-2.0/gtkrc to reset titlebar, borders and highlights to my preferred shade of blue. It;s not perfect, since the dark aspect doesn't carry to FF's toolbar, but at least I can see and use stuff again.


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#110 2016-04-16 08:40:22

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Re: GTK updates

D101101 wrote:

Firefox interface is broken after yesterday's update. Any solution for that?

childerico wrote:

...but installing Arc didn't fix the input fields issue on Firefox.

I had the same issue & all working now.
Try cleaning ~/.cache
If that doesn't work, try deleting ~/.config/gtk-2.0/ and ~/.config/gtk-3.0/

Last edited by knightRider0xD (2016-04-16 08:42:39)

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#111 2016-04-16 08:46:10

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Re: GTK updates

Stickied (for the time being) so people can stop opening new threads about this issue...


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#112 2016-04-16 14:22:38

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Re: GTK updates

Like many others, I experienced major display problems following the recent GTK3 upgrade. I have a relatively simple set-up, based on Openbox, and have never experienced anything similar before. I understand very little about themes, or GUI frameworks, etc, so had no idea what was the cause.

The symptoms were two-fold:

(1) Many application menus (and sometimes actual displays) became corrupted.

(2) The fonts used by a number of applications became extremely ugly, both in the window decorations, and within the displays themselves. This applied to particularly to Firefox, Thunderbird, and QT-based applications.

I assumed that these problems had the same cause, but this was to prove incorrect. The menu theme corruption seems to have been fixed by switching to the GTK3 default Adwaita theme (from Raleigh - a much better display IMHO). I don't like it, but it works.

However, the font problems remained. Changing default fonts for QT seem to have had no effect. Everything appeared to be displayed in an ugly bold sans-serif type font. I finally discovered that the fontconfig package had been upgraded (from 2.11.94-1 -> 2.11.95-1) at the same time as GTK3, and that this was the culprit. Downgrading to 2.11.94-1 fixed all fonts problems.

These observations are made from a position of total ignorance, but I hope they may be of use to others.

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#113 2016-04-16 21:06:43

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Re: GTK updates

I think it may be useful to add to the opening post that everyone should try Adwaita before posting about their issue, because that's what most of the threads seem to be about.

An Adwaita user myself, the update didn't change anything for me (Firefox).

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#114 2016-04-17 11:32:27

gedgon
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Posts: 95

Re: GTK updates

stupidus wrote:

I have an issue with drag and drop in GTK3 applications. As soon as I start to drag some element, none of my i3 keybinds work[...]

https://bugzilla.gnome.org/show_bug.cgi?id=764605

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#115 2016-04-17 12:53:33

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Posts: 44

Re: GTK updates

Here's my cup of issues with the latest update:
- the scrollbar in firefox is gone and the lines in the menus are black and ugly
- something's screwed up with the mouse/touchpad menu in GNOME; some settings don't show up, tap to click is enabled without any way to disable it, and it seems like it "taps" randomly without me even touching it - switching to Wayland fixes this
- in Cinnamon, right clicking brings up the menu in a fixed place, not under the mouse cursor
- also in Cinnamon, fonts look thin even tough font hinting is set to "slight"

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#116 2016-04-17 20:17:39

Ropid
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Re: GTK updates

bogdan2011 wrote:

Here's my cup of issues with the latest update:
- the scrollbar in firefox is gone and the lines in the menus are black and ugly
...

About the scrollbar, it will work if you use the normal Arch firefox package. You can't use the beta/developer versions anymore. Those are broken with gtk 3.20. The normal package is compiled with a patch for gtk 3.20, but the binaries that are built by Mozilla themselves don't have that.

About those ugly black lines in the menus, I've hid them with this userstyle defined in the 'Stylish' firefox addon:

@namespace url(http://www.mozilla.org/keymaster/gatekeeper/there.is.only.xul);
menuseparator {
  opacity: 0 !important;
}

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#117 2016-04-18 15:37:42

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Registered: 2013-07-25
Posts: 44

Re: GTK updates

I tried using breeze-gtk-git instead of breeze-gtk .
This seems to have solved all my GTK issues.
Thanks you GTK, for being absolutely NOT backwards compatible when it comes to themes >_>

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#118 2016-04-18 15:47:25

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Re: GTK updates

myrlin wrote:

However, the font problems remained. Changing default fonts for QT seem to have had no effect. Everything appeared to be displayed in an ugly bold sans-serif type font. I finally discovered that the fontconfig package had been upgraded (from 2.11.94-1 -> 2.11.95-1) at the same time as GTK3, and that this was the culprit. Downgrading to 2.11.94-1 fixed all fonts problems.

Thanks a lot,

I was quite pissed with font rendering since last week updates, downgrading & adding fontconfig to IgnorePkg made my day !
Did you file a bug for this ?

Best regards,
Guiluge

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#119 2016-04-18 16:32:28

lmello
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Re: GTK updates

Head_on_a_Stick wrote:
axfelix wrote:

Titlebars and borders are ruined in [...] Arc

The current gtk-theme-arc-git package seems to work just fine with GTK 3.20 wink

Indeed; it's a nice looking theme BTW smile


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#120 2016-04-18 17:38:09

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Re: GTK updates

bogdan2011 wrote:

- in Cinnamon, right clicking brings up the menu in a fixed place, not under the mouse cursor
- also in Cinnamon, fonts look thin even tough font hinting is set to "slight"

I have the first one as well. It may be the case that we have to tell the CInnamon developers about this one.

On the fonts, do they actually change when changing the hinting with GTK 3.20? It may just be the 1080p on a 15.6 inch screen monkeying with me on this one though.


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#121 2016-04-18 18:33:29

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Re: GTK updates

myrlin wrote:

the font problems remained. Changing default fonts for QT seem to have had no effect. Everything appeared to be displayed in an ugly bold sans-serif type font. I finally discovered that the fontconfig package had been upgraded

I had to disable bitmap fonts manually [1] after that fontconfig update -- try that.

[1] https://wiki.archlinux.org/index.php/Fo … tmap_fonts & https://wiki.archlinux.org/index.php/Fo … on#Presets

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#122 2016-04-18 22:18:59

mahkoh
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Re: GTK updates

`hintslight` has been made default in the latest fontconfig release. This broke font rendering of DejaVu Sans for me in various programs including chromium and firefox. Instead of downgrading to the previous fontconfig release you can `ln -s /etc/fonts/conf.avail/10-hinting-full.conf ~/.config/fontconfig/conf.d/`.

Last edited by mahkoh (2016-04-18 22:20:08)

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#123 2016-04-18 22:26:12

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Re: GTK updates

Please note that the fontconfig changes have nothing to do with the gtk3 changes.. please refrain from further hijacking of this thread. There are plenty of topics about the fontconfig changes already.

https://wiki.archlinux.org/index.php/Fo … _hijacking

(Note: this isn't a comment against any one individual, but rather the direction this thread is currently heading)

Last edited by WorMzy (2016-04-18 22:27:19)


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#124 2016-04-19 02:55:58

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Re: GTK updates

bogdan2011 wrote:

Here's my cup of issues with the latest update:
- the scrollbar in firefox is gone and the lines in the menus are black and ugly
- something's screwed up with the mouse/touchpad menu in GNOME; some settings don't show up, tap to click is enabled without any way to disable it, and it seems like it "taps" randomly without me even touching it - switching to Wayland fixes this
- in Cinnamon, right clicking brings up the menu in a fixed place, not under the mouse cursor
- also in Cinnamon, fonts look thin even tough font hinting is set to "slight"

For your mousepad you need to install xf86-input-libinput


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#125 2016-04-19 12:08:58

serjuice
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Registered: 2016-04-19
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Re: GTK updates

Still having issue with firefox (aurora) and breeze-gtk. (Invisible scrollbar)

Installed breeze-gtk and set gtk3 theme to breeze gtk (git), but it's still not working. Same situation with other firefox versions and also I edited pkgbuild for breeze-gtk from aur with https://github.com/Martchus/PKGBUILDs/b … t/PKGBUILD, but with no change after that also.

http://i.imgur.com/f1dNmcZ.png

http://i.imgur.com/HWXt2CZ.png

Last edited by serjuice (2016-04-19 12:11:24)

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